We Are Seeking a Job Captain/Designer with a Passion for Community Oriented Design

BVH is more than a collection of architects. We are a team of creative thinkers that seek to learn from our world and elevate the practice of architecture. We view design through the critical lenses of integrity and responsibility, both to our craft and to our community. We are peers, not competitors—seeking to better our world through our work. We offer competitive salaries and benefits, an energetic workplace, ongoing training opportunities, and an environment that allows employee interests and strengths to flourish. BVH is an equal opportunity employer.

BVH Architecture is looking for an architectural design professional with a passion for community-oriented design. Our Denver office is looking for a Job Captain to join our team. As a Job Captain/Designer, you’ll work with the Project Architect, Project Manager, and the rest of your team to successfully complete projects in the K-12, higher education, historic preservation, and adaptive reuse market sectors. The ideal candidate must demonstrate the ability to produce portions of work independently with sufficient knowledge and accuracy to produce high quality documentation of the project.

Interested parties should send their resumes to careers@bvh.com.


  • Ability to communicate with clients, consultants, contractors, and co-workers effectively and professionally (graphically, verbally, and in written documents)
  • Self-starter, as well as a flexible, collaborative team playerwilling to take on assignments, including those whose primary office location is in Nebraska
  • Attend meetings and provide support as needed and other duties as assigned
  • Execute on design direction in technical documents
  • Contribute to studio design discourse
  • Prepare internal presentations/critiques for Design Team
  • Work with project team consultants
  • Use of Revit to produce contract documents
  • Material research
  • Assist with Construction Administration
  • May work on projects in different roles and phases
  • Aspire to better themselves and others, as well as the Firm
  • Adaptable
  • Organized


  • 4-7 years of experience in the Architectural field
  • Bachelors/Masters in Architecture 
  • Licensed Architect or pursuing licensure
  • Experience with K-12 or Higher Education market sectors
  • Proficient in Revit, Microsoft Office, Google Suite, and 3D graphics programs
  • LEED, WELL or other sustainability credentials desirable
  • Historic Preservation focus or equivalent project experience desirable


  • Flexible Working Hours
  • Unlimited Vacation
  • Full Health, Dental, Vision Insurance
  • HSA & FSA Accounts
  • FMLA & Parental Leave (min. 6 weeks – up to 12 weeks)
  • 401(k) Profit Sharing
  • Licensure Reimbursement
  • Performance Bonus Eligibility
  • Annual Educational/Training Reimbursements
  • Fitness Reimbursements
  • Travel Stipends